Boiler is positioned in the very centre of Tbilisi, just off the luxurious Rustaveli Avenue. It is the unofficial central Tbilisi headquarters of the first Tbilisi Biennial of Architecture, the core of which is located in the periphery of the city – primarily in the suburb of Gldani, as well as in the former Tbilisi Technical University, which is now inhabited by Internally displaced persons from the Russian-occupied regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
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Georgian broadcasting company reported about upcoming Tbilisi Architecture Biennial. Continue reading “Rustavi 2 reports about TAB”
A discourse on urban informality in Georgia’s capital and why buildings are not enough. Responses to the city’s chaotic development at the inaugural edition of the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial, Tbilisi.
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Georgian online magazine AT_ writes about upcoming Tbilisi Architecture Biennial. Continue reading “AT_ writes about TAB”
Helloblog writes about upcoming Tbilisi Architecture Biennial.
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Georgian online magazine AT_ writes a review about upcoming Tbilisi Architecture Biennial program. Continue reading “AT_ reviews TAB program”
Georgian online business magazine Marketer writes about upcoming Tbilisi Architecture Biennial. Continue reading “Marketer article about TAB”
Because we believe that books and publications are #spacesofencounter, we have made a dialogue between the essay ‘Buildings are not Enough’ by Tinatin Gurgenidze published in Archifutures vol. 5: Apocalypse and an extended version of it, published on Volume #54: On Biennials. Continue reading “Archifutures Vol. 5: Apocalypse”
Tbilisi Architecture Biennial traveled to Ljubljana, Slovenia, where it was part of the the Architectural Fair, 15-16 February 2018.
The Architecture Fair was a 2-day event running parallel to the Matchmaking Conference of Future Architecture ,as part of the Creative Exchange 2018.
TAB was represented by Tinatin Gurgenidze, who gave a presentation about the topic and ideas surrounding the upcoming Architecture Biennial in Tbilisi.
This was the first appearance in public for TAB and was a very fruitful and important event for us.
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The first edition of Tbilisi Architecture Biennial will open its doors on October 26 and run until November 3, 2018.
The full program will be announced in coming days on the web page.